The Center for Student Ethics & Standards
Kim Martin, Ed.D.
Get to know Kim
What is your role in the Center for Student Ethics and Standards?
I oversee the department. It is my responsibility to: examine our policies, procedures & programs; align resources (human and fiscal) to meet goals we set each year; establish a budget; focus on social justice; plan strategically; support and challenge the staff; create a welcoming & inclusive environment; meet with students; instruct a course; and attend to the day-to-day operations of the Center.
How long have your worked at UVM?
I have been at UVM since January of 1998. Since that time I have worked in a variety of capacities and departments
within the Division of University Relations & Campus Life.
I really enjoy what I do, so it is hard to imagine myself in a career other than Student Affairs. However, if I had to choose another career, I would become a teacher. I enjoy working with, learning from, and teaching others. I also enjoy working with a variety of age groups.
What brought you to UVM or
I am a Vermonter. I did live and work in New York for a period of time. While I was in NY, I saw a position in the Department of Residential Life at UVM advertised. I applied to the position, was hired, and returned to Vermont.
What is your favorite kind of music?
I like a wide variety of music and artists. If I had to choose one genre, I would go with jazz.
What is your favorite place on campus to grab lunch and why?
I would have to say New World Tortilla. Their Thai chicken wrap is delicious, and it's enough for two meals.
What did you major in during college?
What is your best advice for a current UVM student?
Take advantage of opportunities. UVM offers so many fantastic "adventures" - study abroad, leadership
positions, student activities, clubs, organizations, intramurals, internships, interesting courses, and much, much
more. These experiences are excellent opportunities to: get to know oneself & others better; develop skills
& knowledge; learn about interacting with people from similar and differing backgrounds; enhance the academic
experience; gain insight into possible careers; and get connected to the UVM and Burlington communities.
I love the fall - cool nights and warm days. And of course, the foliage is beautiful. It's a wonderful time of
year to hike - lovely views! It's also the season in which I have my birthday, so that is a bonus.
Appalachian Mountain Club
(hiking, conservation, etc.)
Trio Gusto & Mike Martin
Vermont Farmer's Markets
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